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LBRY Says its All on Ripple To Save Crypto in U.S.

LBRY says it is up to Ripple to save the US crypto industry.

Why Pro-Ripple Lawyer Says XRP Can’t Be Classed as a Security Even if It Was Sold as One

U.S. Attorney John Deaton has explained in-depth why the XRP cryptocurrency cannot be classified as a security even if blockchain payments company Ripple sold it to the public as an investment contract.

LBRY Calls On Coinbase to Relist XRP in Line with Latest Verdict: Details

The second ruling in the LBRY Credits (LBC) lawsuit from the New Hampshire district court Judge further portrays that XRP and other altcoins are not securities as contended by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

LBRY Token Rally Stalls As Traders Move On From Court Speculation

LBRY Credits (LBC) rallied hard this week amid reports of a favorable court case. But traders began giving back their gains Wednesday as their initial euphoria gave way to the more muted reality of a ruling that hasn’t even happened yet.

Judge Clarifies That Security Injunction in LBRY v. SEC Case Was Only for Direct Sale

A New Hampshire district court judge has clarified that a security injunction ruled earlier in the legal battle between the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and decentralized content-sharing and publishing platform LBRY applied only to direct sales of the project’s tokens.

SEC Settles on Security Claim in LBRY Case, Community Calls It a Big Win for Crypto

The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) admitted on record that the sale of LBRY tokens in the secondary market doesn’t constitute a security. The settlement came during an appeal hearing in the LBRY vs. SEC case on Jan. 30.

Utility Tokens as Securities — Analyzing the LBRY Decision

Whether utility tokens are considered “securities” under the Securities Act is a layered question that is undoubtedly project-specific.

The SEC Beat LBRY, Let’s Take a Look Into the Actual Case

Web3 lost a court case. But before you give into the FUD and fear, let’s take a look into the actual case, what was charged, how LBRY acted and most importantly — what we can learn going forward.

LBRY Says Company Has Been ‘Killed by Legal and SEC Debts’

“Since any information given privately to the SEC ends up leaking, we’d like to be upfront about the fact that LBRY Inc. will likely be dead in the near future,” the company behind blockchain publishing platform LBRY said via Twitter yesterday. 

LBRY Says Company Has Been ‘Killed by Legal and SEC Debts’

In Monday tweets, LBRY, Inc. said it had been “killed by legal and SEC debts.” In a follow-up tweet, the company made clear that it is LBRY Inc that “must die” though the “LBRY protocol and blockchain will continue.”